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THE RIGHT WAY AT PANAMA.
Senator Itooi lias performed ?i pub*
? i? lee In Introducing n bill for the
? i of thai portion of tin? ?Panama
? mu? I ?o? which exempts American
Ipplng from payment of
lolls, ami be and hi? colleagues will
touipiete liiai servi,?' if they can carry
bill through to enactment. As to
i bllltj of inch action th? re I?
we believe, public agreem?enl so gen?
as to be all but unanimous, AI
iota ble citizens' meeting In Bi
lyn "n Sun,lay. f,,r example, tbero
v.ere probably many win. believed in
_ i ountry i" make thai
exemption, iiiii thej beartil.v jointe
v. ith iln>? ? who did ?> ognlze thai
i -hi in demanding that legislative and
.???I:: action on the matter hv
country ?!i?ni!?l be deferred until
I be question of Interpretation of th?'
disputed ? lau?,- in lim Hay-Pauncefoto
could be settled by the ??n!.v
coinpetenl authority. Without <i?>iii,i
i hnl meet Ins and Its excellent
lions could be repeated Indefinitely Ifi
. very community in the lantl where
i:,. ightful citizen?? wen brought to?
gether for the purpi ?>?
The present <|ii?'stimi Is no' one of
lolls o?- Qo \m?'i'i? an
wise commerce, it Is Ihe q ?
i-i' >??.! lo the deter
initiation of thai mutter In th)
"i- in the v\ rotin waj li Is ? ? 11 ? ? ?? 1? ? 1
that there Is legitimate ground for
disputing the Interpretation of the
treaty, ami ih.it this nation alone Is
unci?n! i., decide the dispute,
I m must defer II lu the .mint action
of tin- two signatories or lo arbitration.
Congress lasl year voted that pending
?m-li decision we should assume as
? orrc-i the interpretation vvhi>)i a pun
wc believe n small minority of this
nation has pul upon the treaty, I' is
! thai a majority of bis ? ol*
longues m?w h?,ui with ?Senator Roo
that the better waj Is i?? keep the
matter In ub) y a nee until In the Dear
future an authoritative de lalon In
reached through diplomacy or arbitra?
tion. Thai Is the course which is pre*
I l'y considerations of business
tkmal honor and International
an.i it should promptly and Ungrudg?
ing I I ?>' nil"'.!
NEW JERSEY CHARTERS.
nor Wilson's pies for Ihe rc
jersey's corporation laws
Is mm h belated. II?- knew two years
" ell is h" know? to day that
-?? laws were the !."ders of mo?
nopoly and that Sew Jeraej charter?!
itf marque t ?r Ihe deatruc?
of ,-.,i))|?'iilioii. l?.it only at Ihe
of his term. ? ill? the Presidency
safely In his band, does he make anv
??eri'iit? efforl to secure then- modifies
tinn. in lii? Inaugural address be made
? perfunctory suggestion that the cor
needed attention, bul
beyond ii,:i* did nothing to promote
ictloa tad t';' Legtolttnre "f 1911, per?
hgps become he aras too mnct oeen*
i with other tcfnnn?. __? L?gis?
lature of 1912 stool rofviy to co-oper?
ate with him "ii Hie stih.le.-t. nmi Itfl
iBuden? sought his aid to devise s wise
?sure i" govern charters, but be
m Hi?' enterprise for rea
-??ii? which can only be Inferred. Poe
Mldy in- ?li'l not wish 1?. share with
Republican legislature the credit for
h m, Possibly be ?li?l ii"'
? ashler ?t politic t" attack tliis ar?
il of monopoly on Hi" eve "f the
Presidential nominations and election.
\i an* rate, he reserved his earnest
attack for i Parthian shot.
Rut better late than never. The
nutr? v\iii hop? that (?Wfernor
Wilson's won!? will find as much bos
sllty 'n ill?- present legislature ?is
I ej won d hai?? found In the last, .'?ml
1 hfl - - - ? a may rc
for < i\ r ? ?* - - -ii larce
?it ihe merej of Neu Jersey, v\ith
asylum for ih. who were com
i nil:'- th" Industries of the real ?>r
il?e count - v the Governor point?
New Jersey, far front checking
i >>m?i?oiy. actually encourages it und
exp Icil license for holding
companies He offen no affirmative
outline <?f Hie form of charte'r which
! -Inks desirable. i?tn contents blm
I v\?tii the specific objection to tli?*
?in-* lav\-? authorisation ?,f por?
tions to on i? ilia, in and v,,i,- on
tin? sham of other (Corporations. H"
wever -c ifically outline an?
other important reform, namely, of
of Ihe whole pn i
In "i |?'i|-.?li'>,,. v\ ?Hi rio?, kg ,,|i un
- anted and n? tiii?,u?- Increases of
'.ipitai ami ,?n th" Issue "f securities
? | based on a? tuai vaine, n.? would
also prohibit tlie maritettng ??r seenri
?n tii<- state, except under license
and In ipe<*tlon i<> safeguard Investors
from ?N'-i'ii ami enable them t<> kii"i?
v? bother sei inities offered to them
?\<-i? "? gtu or baaed on _?><>?! business,
Tl,,' practical application <?f this ex?
su] en Islou v\,,ui,i n,,t be easj.
i.iii ill?? Biped of ???m?' check on reckless
ion Is obviotu. Sen York ragu*
I t.- ; bi : -M" of public sen lee ?????mi
Ues, ami Hie Court of Appeals has ?-...
cently put a salutary check on Inaecu
te prospectuses by h? >i? i i t? ?_ . 11 r??? lore
?labte for ill?' losses of invest?.^ drawn
m by siii'h ?statements Issued oxer
t'Tc-ir names. Hoar far tbe ?stuh ' :lii
make Itself In effect the guarantor of
? I " aoundqesfl .,?? enterprise}? -
t? market securities remain? t?> be
-.???H. and nii.v system whirh attempt?
!.. s.-ive purchaser? from being ?de-pen
ilenl ?in "tli?'ii? own Investigations" to
..?'???rtMiii if ?eruritles "aw ?based upon
.? ?ni business." .??- tbe Gorernor baj*
i urchaseis are now, necesaai ly ;|i'
?pronebes to auch a guarantee, Tbe
?Mate rannol ufeguaid Investors
Bgalnel tad management ?< enter
prises ,,r disappolntmenl of their bopos.
Hu? perhapa i? '-.-in ?secnre for :'
laneou? l-ssu**? pul ?before tbem aa
m,ii.-ii ..i- .?1 nui?' more -?-nitiny to 'I''
t??! palpable fraud a? ?1 well n
st?-'?-k eichnnge gires to appltentloiii
for Hstine. ,\t any r?t?>. tin* experiasent
is well worth ?trying, Bfl suggested by
'?hose rlotbing manufacturers who
met ??h Monday night and decld?*d lo
i'.u 11 f their -trikinu employea "'?< .1
lini-h" ai??* making n mistake l/'in-.
?before Hi?- flnlsb is reached they will
he .-..nil-..min- tii?' Industrial Worker?
?.f tlio World, whose agitators have al-1
?ready lun.l?? i-?.ii?i.|?-i;iiii.* Impression
upon the sti-tkiii-_ tarin, nt wollten*.
And if that organisation becomes pow-,
erfi^i in tins ?trade Ibe employers will
I"- dealing with workmen who hellere
in making ii" agreement*1 with their
employers?. who i.>'!i?*\.? in ?sabotage
iiii.l entiles- strikes.
Much ?better Is ?he .*.?!,. i liyorj atti?
tude of ti..- Manufacturera and Mer
chant*' Association, which I* an or .
ganlzation of tbe smalter shops in tii?-|
? [??thing trade and a hlcli |*-roposes nr
!??trillion. Arbitration would avert Ibe
danger ?-f tbe ? lothing trades workmen
.??ml women becoming members of 'l"'
revolutionary labor organisation and
i ut nil .?.;.1 i" tbe ?present -?
losses through the ceasation of a*orli
Moreover, II ?.l>t*>uhi reeull in the f??r
niatiiui >.f some permanenl system for
cttllnc ili-piito*?? such as thai 1
in .?ne??!' th.- allied ? otbiug luditatrlw
;l COtiple of Vein's I!,*?.. wlli'll 1 lll'ol|'_'ll
its i??itn hoard of sanit?r.? control lia?.
revolutionized conditions ??!" employ
? ? ii ili.it Industr* Sea Voris Is
ii!-.'?i "!' always having a garnieul '<
workers' strike ?>n its hand* n want*
ore of t iiein. to hieb I- *?*? hal tbe '
: Industrial Workers of tbe World
1 nould bring, but fewer of tbem. Arbl
\ (ratio*" following tbe successful model
. idj nllnded lo ?
MR. WHITMANS WITNESSES.
Wbal was the obje? i ol the Police
Department's efTort i<> subpoena sip,.
ivben District Attorney Whitman was
taking liini before 11 ? ?> - grand jury '.- T?i
i ring him up to Police Headqm ?
where counsel for tii<? polli eman ?"
?need of grafting mlgbl examine blm
; ml learn - hal lie t??ld the grand
i jury'.* Thai wonld be tbe ne1 result
? of the p.ding If he should l?e made
i Itness at tbe !'"i; ??? Headquarters
! iijni of i!i?* accuaed officer.
if tbe department i- going lo ron
1 linne t.? plnee ?3-bstaete* In tbe a aj
of tbe nistrici Attorney'? success by
, putting iii*- rase against ?persona under
letmenl lnt< the -? of ? otin
for their defen?*e, then wltne ?
? ? . Ine to obey its
i snbp?na*. n If doubtful If the sub
i.. i,;.?, liare an.? valldltj The trials
tucen ut Headquarters are nol Jti
? proceedings ?nd a ltn??*sea there
. unnol i".p?' led : ? i* Ifj unless
;; . ..iirt orders them t.. do ?so. This
policy of seeking i?, eompei wltm
? . the grand Jury to dis. lose Ihelr
'. stimony to rounsel for persona un
.!?>!? kudlctmenl ougbl to ?be Iwougld
i efore the court"?. We think Hi i
.v??nld make ?boil wo
THE CHINESE LOAN.
A- in?* gr in of $125,
????.??<. i? ? hin? hj iii?r* ?-i.\ p..'??
i group la now said i" ?be assured, we
may expeel tl:?- great ?Eastern repub
li?* to be reliever! of it h tinai-clal em
btrnagneuta, which we have ?been told
are pffMlllg, and to he enah)?*d tn
_'P.nIze its tiseal s.\**?t??m on a sound
basis. At tin* ?.?time time tl Is impos
I alble to avoid thinking that it would
have ?been ?better for tbe chines?* l??v
ernmem to aoeepl the sia (tower pro
I ?osai hm-' ago than to demur nn?i de
?-<? long : and ni?-?, wondering If th??
liei-.l ?if Datai relief " ,'is renllv pb de
peratel* argent ns Ii w-.s represented
t?. be months ago.
ii ?mis. Indeed, nearly a year ago
ili.it Ibe \v?ni?l w.i?. ,*ii:iir.v| tearfiill?
assured thai the salvation <>f th?* nee
republic depended ?ip??n tbe Immediate
and pmctkally unconditional lending
to it of a lar??o stun of niniiev. It
i.led iii?* money, a i n? ?i i*_ other things,
for paying <.ff iis armies, whi>li other
I wive would i-eitainlv mutiny ami ?I?
I ?troy th?- government : and i few weeks
\? ??!??? po-iih??iy all tbe gra?cetbal would
he ?graiited. Moraovw, ir ?anu? ?bavi
' the money t?? ?-peml n? it pleasjed, for If
tbe stipulation? for ?uperrlston hy ?the
power? which l*mi tin* ?aoney ?>f the
W'ay? in \\lii??li it was ?pent were in
??-?1 in the ??iiiiirae?. as they bad ?been
in former Cbi?nese loan agreements, tbe
? people WOUM rise in rev.ilt ?gainst sii??h
' national bumllbitloii
Welf. tin* tii'.ii.-v for tbe Itoop? waa
provided ami .mi we liMve heard
i nothing of the realisation of tbe threat
1 mutiny An?| now. after man]
days, tin? ciiines.? government accept?
a loan ??ii th?.se very conditions of f.?r
i ?i-*n Mipervisioii which were Mid lo ?be
Inadmissible and Impossible; ye( we
hear of ii?> ii??-ts of embattted manda
lins or en?.lie? marching opon Peking
to punish iin> government for it< pu??H?
Isnlmlt? Tbete i?. reason for sus|?.,'i
?lof, i!i<-i'ef..re. thai the Impassioned
pleading? of hist year were chlefl) an
cxpieaalun of "pretty Fanny's amy" ?
way not entirely peraltar t?? China,
however, or to Ih?- i ?tient ??s | w|i?,|e
hut know n mor.? ?n- ?Sen lo all iiaiioiis
which have ?bargain? ??f iii.n kin.i to
That, however, i?. nierelj a pictu?
resque detail, embeUtalilng an others ise
I'l'osni?- transaction. What la non ?ear?
ne-iiv t?. be ii<.p?*<i ?s that china a III
?,'?'t iiie m?.m?> pi?.inpti\ ind iiv?. h
wisely, and that as h resal? an ?-hall
tienr n<? mora about i>er alleged Impend?
ing bankruptcy. I'ussia's propOOOls t"
foreclose <>? some source? ?>f i hi?ese
revenue for th?? n*-*fictJoa of her
Boxer Indemnttj cUlms and Prwice'a
acquiescence in thpm have not pro?
duced ;i welcome Impression, :?n?i it will
be pleasant to have tfefem abandonid
upon China's paymenl of her obliga?
tions: Bnl perhaps they? too, ^'oro a
mera ruse In ihe International comedy.
SIGN THE CONTRACTS.
The Tribune agrees with those who
appeared .'it the hearing- before the'
l*ubile ?Service Commission yesteruaj
ami duna Tded the prompt signing of the
dual sabwaj contracta. No time ought
i?, be wasted, certain formalities an
necessary ami public hearings ?re re?
quired by law. Bol hi the earliest pot
sii,u? Doment the contracts should i?e
signed The Public ?Service Coo-mls*
son. we think, does not oeed urging,
and the Board of Estimate ami Api???t
li.,liment, vv hi? I) vv ill have the cOOtnet -
befon it iu i few days, should imr.
No member of that board should use1
the occasion to magnify hlawelf. The
greatest seules which <'n<'h of them
can pet form is t?> rosta the contracts
tlironcii io completion, so tool the eons*
miiniiy may be aasured thai by oo slip
?n- hasard will ii he compelled to beglo
tin? work of subwaj oegotlatloo over
THE ELECTORAL COLLEGES.
The meeting of t lu- State Hectonl
CoHeges ?m Monday has naturally
raised anew the qoestioo of simplifying
Hi,? machinery through which the Pres
?ficnt ami Vioe-Presldenl on chosen.
Governor Baldwin has suggested in a
message to the Connecticut Legislatura]
Unit the i.pie "!' the nrious states
oughl i?? be allowed t<? vote directly for
Hi?- candidates on ? national ticket
That method a onld ai leairt run h de
feet in Un- presenl sj stem itnpleasanl Ij
iihistrate.i in the lost Presidential cam
palgn. li was oui; with great difficulty
that th?- i Ighl of Reptiblican votera ?>
rote for electors -v>\ i 11 i i * _c to ratlfj the
a,ii"u uf the Republican National Con?
vent Ion was so ii red ?n the states of
Pennsylvania, K r Nebraska. West
Virginia and Oregon. l? was mil se?
cured ??' all m ? -i Ifornia and gout h,
i ?.,,?ota. ? Uli? In ' ikluboins those who
?inii?ij-i?'d the Repnbllcflti ele? toral
ticket did not know bow man} of the
electors would, if successful. ??>??? for
Mi. To ft and hou many would rote for
) Vilooel Rooset ell It moj be true that
election la~ - w ere responsible lu
large par for the com pi lea I ions a hlch
arose after ?tie Chicago convention
Rui ?,, ion? n? Presidential electors
ami candidates f??r ele<?tor retain their
present li gal stal us of ludepei il
such cml-arrassmeuts cannot be wfa
forestalled, If certain ?>f them clmoae
i?, ?lei? ihe instructions ,>i ihe national
or inisation which the} an supposed
t,, represent, no legal means ?vi?i t"
prevent ihcm i ron com mitt I ig .? A
:. of trust.
w ? . Presiden! Isl snd \ li*c I' ?
candidates ? ? *' ??* 1 fair dire? I
dais like the virtual dlsfranchbtenicnt i
of the Republicans ol California loat
November would he far leas feasible
Moreover. ? direct rote would
, majority or .-? plurality In i state to
?? i hat state's entlra rote lo lts<
for President and \ ? ?Vre Ideul i n
.!?? th?- s* stem "f* voti?
trick ballot laws me] son.t
the eleel is party llckei lo run
hehii d i A ?? defeated, tbereb} ? I i \ hi
tened twlei Maryland thai the
head of the Kepul icau 1 hai re
? elved more i ote* : nan an} ol her can?
didate t"i- elector, while moal of his
colleagueM have lieen defeated On i
direct ?., ?? i:-, ?-? ???:? ., rl have had
il,?? ?-ii! port "f Mar} lai ?l - elgbl
in lis i i ist cad of Retting tlie support
??t mil} ,,i,e. In \'.9t\ j'afi would hove
v ules il,?to:;<l of 1 " ,, In ?
. i ? i? person? a>pn i
it} Or lll,|',.|il|l:i|-il v lif ce i . ' null
ilatcs for electoi operated i?> ei>ii?
1 ? '"ru' College Roosevelt receiving
eleven roles and Wilson two Much a?
cidental reven i or modifications ?>f :
the vrtlh'i ..i a state ate undesirable,
land In a seiy close election thej _ii-;hi
I work a manifest injustice
if. however, electoral mllMfciiooo are
I to i,e abollsbed iooh proristoa vmii
have to bo mode by fodonl law for th?*
substltatkMM on ? aatlonal ticket, in
,;,?,? of deal h or w Ithdra* si \ ico*Pr*eal
)i?'iit Sberioon died on October ?'.<? ih-i
year, when it was i,?, hite lo put an
other name un th.- ballot. Republican
electors In Ver.m und i tab have |nst
'i.I f'.r Nicholas Mur?as Mutier In'
Mr Sherman? stead Were the di
reel rote of the state alone to count, ;i
1 part} might be lefl iusi befon or Just
after the election with ??? vacancy ?-?n ii?>
ticket. Few people perhaps would oh
Ject to seeing the mucbtnery <?f choice
simplified and modernised if it Is,
there are aevenl dangerous gaps in
the Presidential succession loa win? ii
might ;ii-'? be repaired.
The Corporation Counsel's opinion
ih,?i the Board of Estlmota axceedi p-.
I authorit) in attempting to subdivide
i the school appropriations is sa impor?
tan! reinforcement for those who otond
! for the admlnlstntlve Independence of
tic Board of Education, it alia justi?
fie; the complaint made by Prafeseor
, Moon in his much dlaco-oed report
j thai the ??(y fiscal authorities had
usurped the proper functions <>f ih<? ,?<i
Incatlonal department. Professor Moon
dealt \ \ ? t : i the |ir,'nii.','ii effset of tba
prevailing policy, holding that when
\ lite Board of Estimate undertook la a _
? regate the Items ??f the appropriation
! sod to ?ore,, th,. Board of Education
i" administer the schools according t"
?i? schedule ?-f salaries fr,i- particular
lines ?if work snd of expenditures for
particular equipment, Instand of allow*
in- the Board of Education i<> expend
it? appropriation according to its own
judgment, the fiscal anthoritioi renn?.
beeame the final etaeotioMl power.
Mr. Watson deals only with the legal
phase ?,f the matter, to the ? ft" ?t thai
Ihe practice lo which Professer Moon
objected to the great indignation ??f
the ? iiy . fiScialfl In control of the In*
vestlgatioa iras without wat rant ?,f
Then is some justification for the
aim of the Rnard of Estimate. th"ii_h
its ?Method is unfortunate. Tlie tiuam?*
department started out to ?ecnre mon
?sconomteal and system-it!.-? ?ose <>f the
rifv money, a*, i step in thi< direc?
tion It srm*~hf to ?sperrtet in detail tbe
expenditure? not only of elty depart
monts hut of the Board <>f Education
and of corporations, Hko the pntdic
libraries, ?-receiving cttj nwaagr under
eonfra?'!. its riirlit over ?Ify deport
ni?*iifs ?s nnqueat?toned Mr. vTntson
says it has ox?*e?*?le?l Hi pOWCfl with
reaped m the Board of Eiim-ation. II
probably has no anthorlty oser the de
tailed ?dmintotratlon of th.? corpora?
tions uii'ler contra.t wilh the city.
Some better way should i?i* devised i?>
secure efltetency. The ?tendency t.? suii- ?
i????! the discretion of expert? <>f e?Iu?*.i
tioii. library work and ilmllar activlttes
in the ?lovelopmonr of their |.hins to
the arbitrary prescription of finance .!.?
pnrtment clerk* must Interfere with
prr.-r-ress-. At the snme time the most
rigid review of the a.*?oniits of auch
iiistltiitlons Is proper t<> :.-.<nro the ?Mtv
i'iii.?iais that tin* pnbllc approprfttldu?
are needed ?tul era ?booestlj spent
The ??????s.,n of Becker*? ?rase was no!
learned. The police at-?? still tryin? to
nidke an obJ?ect lesson of aqueslers.
When Governor Baiser spcak-i of
Murphy hi1-' ?"i." is reported to be
"choking vvnii ln?-liferen"*e " Tel
Murphy i -.?is up under it marvellously
a ? i '
it" every bod 2 ?bad the nerve to follow
? ?vernor Dunne'? example not only
would exceaatva prices for .-?.ff?'?? hut
for many other things cone down.
Tl ?? extortionate restaurant k???par
rannol mato anybodj ?pay his fancy
prh-es a*ho wouldn'l rather do '.t than;
v.? tu same mora ressonshle resort.
tar* MacVeagh has prepsred a
plan for reorganising the ? istoms ser
vi?-? which would ii"! only ?reduce the
of . "lie. tion districts but also
abolish tl-.- post? <>f surveyor? ?
toma and ?t naval offlcera ??f custom*
Surveyor? and naval offleera have
done ot er aga n t rtlona ..r the
n01 ;. ???' the collectors Tl elr fun? I
? mtati and i' would be oniv i
? utting ancient red ta* dla ?ontinue
nd i "? ?. ' i ' ? '
responsible to the central administra-1
? to ihington.
M. v he Mr M .- ; : wo M i?<* more
? ' ?iiiilianz?? himself w'tl. the
i ?. ?.-.? ifsnston v ? Governor f.ii
,,\ i?, ,,.' it ? ri:. p? ople'i i'.! i ??
! tfl l".rii that II
.... Th Kvi rung Poat' to t
g ? [?"ri' erst! !'; .;? ? ?
ll. Maine w.i< In ??? ?
m aaya hi oi est n the
Maine sit Ben?
Mt?.r ? tbedtah i . . ?? i But
sa iii i ?? i? a Bop - ? ? i"i I! ?> m
? . i.??,:'? ature ndei oidets ?rom
to ? Mr. Burleli
!.?? . ? Ify an In? I
Dem , . , ,
? ? . tional ic-?i i ans ?fiam theti
U r Card
Bull 1 ? n the '?? :
i tup) Bui
THE TALK OE THE DAY.
>.ili ? .? ? ri?*s m ? ' ago
., i ? . , forced
l the . i of th?
link? ?bops below th? M ? >?i An I >
ehe out a license
f He? revu able bv
the M I ired
It ? it e\ ery
nbove ground, ami earr>ted on ??util t are
only -it ;u
cellars, ?m now go on to it? togteal con
. IntrtOll "It la ur.f'.i ? ?? 'in-, stnrv
ef piograsa In lb? aeeond cltj of th?!
i ??i si?t?s." ?ave ""The gurvey," "<?Hn
not be f"i?i ale? of the first ettp. Dr. |
?>'?ri-'?- M I'ti?-?". Who made a report on I
bakeriea for th?? PatHory Invaatlgntdns
? o nndaalon, found that moat of the -i.'?.? .
bsltertea In greater Sem v??rk ?r. ml
i. ? . ... ? ilon of M ... i
?.f tli? M f.? v.. ; ? m ?! A;i,I ther?? I
i? n,, i,. de .' cd '?i bring them out "
\\ oma i Buffrag. \ i: ??? Itlelan)
I maintain thai woman has always been I
t..?- prime t.?- '."i ?> thta ?vorld
i'.,m -., i iblandl! i Oh, i don t know
In th- verj heirtnnlng unman *v,.s only a
?id? Issue Tlt-Bltl
\ Pai - 1'i'iK" ?bss recently decided
Tl ..t kyvelV \? ,,m.-,... t.? ht '.?."Il provided
With frllla ami furl?-low . v Ith fusa ami
In Short, With twim-ii!? title?! !.. all
vv i?.i '
Bhe ild not expeel ?? lt>rger sum oi money
ist tbe t"nf Bka pa?.??' That's
n ,i* ?funny!
iinw can in.? Ju>_gment, ten us, sa ge?
f?(,r? i."t p'.t1?? aay, whaa properly
-?Hope ?pringa aternal in each woman'?
' 11 i?t
sii?> never I?, but alwaya to t.? dreaaed"?
From tins w? ?ee ha? dresi must have
\?i?1 it la Wrong !??! .'?t. 1.1.1;" io (in,, it
<; h m
? i>?>. !<?'.' said ?hi? man who was look
ii | f?.: ,?i< nr eslIgation a Itne is, "1 ?
greal Bnanclei now i.n?i"r your care well
enough t.. metll
"I can't ?< niitii l im v* h.'iii a ?son?
u it:, whom?"
With ins lawyer."?Waahlngtoa Btai
<: ?? ?'.?l", Cult"-! States Coi
Da-arson, v..!'?.t. Territory, ?reporta tint
'in. automobile His from VPhlta Horse to
Danraon, in "fuk-on Territory, is probable,
'I'll?? White T'as- mu? Vul;..ii rout" ha-i
Uaad ? ??tan" 1'n" for many yeaiy during
th? oloaad aaaoo .?f aavigatlon, arhleh
? i about plRht month-. In th" y"ar,
!?> convey mails paassngsra express end
freight between tln-so two points. Wag
?i- ii tara few w?aaka after nav?
igation ?!?><?* and ales i"t??... it i.r?<?ri.s-,
hm for ?he ."?.t ..f th.? time, about sis
month?- ?led ara in ed The ?i. i ata a
overtaod is it? miles. ?Lssl ?ummer tiiel
road waa greatl** iwtorpnpi .it a heavy
sxpenaa to th?- government by ratting]
.!???? n ?grades and makint; it widar, ?>
aay g.-i'ij??! - . li?* l?- ..mltl !??? u*-d on it,
and the sle,!?> DOW used are of the same
i-fice a?? automobiles. The grades are
now even, and none of them is so steep
hot that automobiles can climb them
with heavy loads."
Ethal?After pott refused .lack, lid ho
propose a Cain''
lia id \en, l.ut It t\as to another girl.
?Boston Ti anscrlpt
Ths roionei of an Austrian raglmeat
has humid an order that so ofitoer ol
thai corpa shall walk out leaning- on his
Wife's arm. Several reasons an Riven
fOf the new decree, the most effe? the
I tin?' a man who tak.s h woman's
iirm destroys his snd gait, because he
i compelled to i>?-nd doe n.
Tomas] Pop, is th? child ths father of
Tommy's I'.'p- Well, i supposa the svsr?
sg? kid i ., - an ??lea !)?? know? more that
hi dadd Philadelphia Ft.icon I
LOVERS AT WAR
But They Are Music Lovers and the
Philharmonie Supplies the Theme.
To th? Editor or Ths Tribun".
8lr? In last Saturday's Tribune David
v Modell published a rejoinder to my de.
? ?? or nia attack apeo ths Phithor?
.nlc ?Society of \, v. fork and Its pro?
gramme maker, In whirl, certain ques?
tions are f.sk??d \vlii??li call f?r an SaSWCr
Mr IfodaU n?lmit? that the r<*;,l dispute
bojCWasa ns Is a SUSSUOU of the artistic
propriety ?>r placing Strauss waltzes and |
i;- -dni overtures on ths regular l'hiihar- ?
monlc erogrammeg, "?specially after such
superb creations ig Beethoven's Seventh
snd Tschalkowsky's Fifth symphonies."
censure ii somewhat perphnting
Srhea it is Min.mi. red that so good an
authority .-, ? Richard Wagner has pre*
BOUaeed this vary Seventh Symphony
"the SpOthSOSlS Of th? dance." If this is
tree, arby nm bav? this apotheosis of tiio I
dance follow?! by a m rouse waltn whi?-h
??- admitted by all r,????i?-rn muslefl critlea
to h.? classical music, ai S ?lemonstra
"? s bal n good danos reaiiv is"
M- Model] H*-ks if I would not be j
? ? ? i ti," "Oaaube" trails or
11 ?? "Tell" overture on s regular Hosten
Byraphony Orchestra prognossss. i am
free to say i would not be shocked,
ha 1 admit that the "Blue Danube'
ta is probably <,ii" of the pool-eta. ,?r
Btraus waltses, fsr from b?-iti*< the gain
of the marvethm? creativa actfnrltj of this
Strauss and ROSSlS- have wrlt
t? n musk that Is admitted by all musical
criti? s to be claastcal why -^ 11 ?, ? ?-1 ?1 ths
iton Bymphonj Orchestra ?>r th? Phlla
?)? ' i? Phllharmom? Society be barrad
irom pla? Ir ur It '
Not a ?-oui in ihe orgaaie ?aw of both
these musical orgaatsetleas ens i,?* found
arhlcta would placa an Injunction on the
performance of auch worin of recognised
Classical in?>rit as Hessin? and BtTOO-S
To in- oke artistic pro; rtety at - criterion
for th- s?-!e, tlon of the composition? that
,tre in pe pet for seed m_k*s the issue el
, ? ?.?n of mus'.' i m?t?\ which was full) j
tin;,she,i .?tjt pre ?'ni eon la th* Besten
. Bl w.ir of HU, in Whlek public Judg
- divided, th?? majority Inclining!
on th? s d? of those who wanted to have
ti,., ban put ',|>?,t, modern aeehsatral mu?
as ? matter OC fact, the Bos- ?
ton Bymphoaj On bsstia at it.? i?i*-1 oon? |
.-.I .-. daac? the ballet musl, t,.
B) n iberi m 'Hoeaarande.'
J V R H MUT
Jan :3. litt.
THE ELUSIVE CORRESPONDENT
Burt G. Wilder Thinks Letter Writers
Should Give Street Addresses.
To n.e Bditor of Th? Tribuno
ram ?s t?, arby thi |
th? w i ?t?r of a Iwliei publ
! .1 In . nie, wh?-ii
,,!.,i num i ss well as the ?it- >,.- town,
t nless the ?rrltet lives In s small phot ??
,- ., ibera Is likely t?,
? ???? ??? , . change ol
t invs late the addn m
?n bo ? Wit
Tour ofH? s cam ? ipeet?
or . . ? ? u? n for any consld? , ?
i Bine? reputable pepei s d?? not
anonymous eoasinuatcattoiis, t a
?nier prefers aot t?, be occeaatMe, w!,-.
print t; ,.- or even the lot?
a , .: ?? I ,,.-v ?. . hnaWS :o the
? ut,, at ti,- time '
? thi a I . ..... on:? sxpai I
? . In I he !
l?verai :? ear? at.,
, ? - .? > com
in The Ti Ibun? a not?
iting that the lat?
i.,,! ? letter i lam A"! sham :
. cc fa orlns th? (ranting of the iran
:,, colored men win, had servad hon?
orably .n u,e Clvtl w?i. Th? note vos
signad, ''-*-? ??' ''? Wet? Tort City." i
succeeded it, ascertaining that the writer
wa.-i not MISS Atina B. P.ckluson ur any
onaofosvea posasason of those initials in
the New Tort ?""Itv Dire? tory at that time.
pondenca with Tlie Tribune ami
artth th? son of General ^a?_ewort_ hod
no result In "The Roston Traasertpt*1 ?>f
Bapteusber U IM1, was published a. note,
?\\ho Burned Columbia." slgasd 'THlsn
M Lee." Although Httl? mora than two
and . half years age. the editor!.il of
'i,.t papal has neither record not
i.-, ?olio tlon "f the writer'? address.
BURT >i. WILDER.
w aahlagten, -ian h\ IM.
Not All Brutes, Says 'Forclady,' Who
Advances Some Further Opinions.
To th<? Bditor or Th?? Tribuna.
Si I ?niilil like t?. sa?' a word In re
I to the presen! strike of operator? I
in l-ili.'s' wear. It Is needless to rsfUtl |
th? sllegatloa that all smployors are
Of niv own knowledge. I know
of irianv oroplbyen who ar? doing every*
tti11,_T for the uplift an?! benefit of their
workers. There have been a OUmbsi of re
,-ent disturbances from the outside among
I ho?? who have endeavored to Indure em
ployeS w-ho air sat-SOed with th??1r work
an.I It.s ample compensation to leave their
positions under threat?, to mark them
for l!f?\ and to even tak<? th??lr liven.
Allow m?- to advance ths statement that
than aw no peaceful striken or pickets
ThS strikers that I hav?* seen and heard
nil prefer riolenee to peaceful arbitra?
ThS speech of a prominent settlement
srorkei regarding ths condition >?f the
striker? and their mode of living I take
Is .., with. The matter of paint and
powder "n d??'!r so-caii',1 starved ami
pallid mees i:? not .iiom? restricted n.
strikers. One 'an see this an\ day hi
Our most prominent hotel?; an?! other
walk? "f Ufe. It Is also 00100000 knowl?
edge that Ihe majority of the ?ttik<?rs
own nan I: a? ?omit? of no small size.
PlUU m?- Own experience. I know that
lb.? strikers are not In sympathy with
any SHiiltar\ regulation. They etnourag?
filth and unhealthfnl conditions by their
awa actions lo sspectorotlng and Ihrow?
hlg to,?I In and about their workrooms.
New fort, -tan. Il Mol
JACKSON DAY. NOT BIRTHDAY.
T? th? Editor "f The Tribune
Sir: In >?.ui ISSUO Of VSSterdOJ you say:
"Andrea Jai k on had a birthday last
NEW YORK SOCIETY
Mrs. Vanderbilt Gives a Dinner
Mis. Vanderbilt fia*-" fl dinner last I
for seventy at her house, at Fifth avenue
and r.Tth street, it was intended tor M
Margaret trbisffslin. the d? butante
daughter of Mr. and Mr?. William T.
S? hi? ff* Un. but ?he was unable to at?
tend owitiK to th" ?i??ath of liar grand?
aunt, Mrs. Bussell BtsbMna, jreaterday
The dinner ?a- follow?! hy ? dance,
f'.r which a number of additional Invita?
tions had been Issued
Mrs. Stuart Duncan pav? a dinner, fol?
lowed hy a dance, last night at her house.
In BOet ?th street. The dinner guests
numbered eighty. __4 they w?re ?anted
at five tabled, which were deowatatl with
pink roses. Tlie guests at dinner ineluded
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Hoffman, Mr.
and Mrs. William M V. Hoffman, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold F. Hadden, Jr., Mr. an?!
Mrs. Gerald M. Uvinsston. Mr and Mrs.
J. Rusaetl Pope, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
I- B Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Saum? 1 1.
TVngstnff. Mr. and Mr*?. K?n?l:n W'inslow,
Mr. and Mrs. ('?.nil's i'. Au??hlnelos?, th?*
Rev. and Mrs. ?Herbert !??hlpman, M-. a.-.d
Mr?. Arthur D. We? kes, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
j. Stewart Barney, Mr. ami Mra, Etaeve
L ?3arbey, Mr. an?l MrH. Jaaaea B, ?Clews,
Mr. and Mrs. ?Shaba Dyer, Mr. and Mr5.
William B. Dlrnmore, the Duchess ?l>
Chaalnes, W. MacN? ill Rodewal.l an?l
?bar?es E. Bamaaen.
Mrs Coraettua "/andarbtll entertained a
party Of seventy-five at dinner last night
at her house in ?Fifth avenue. Aft?*r\vm-.l
a was a musical, for which a tiumber
of additional Invitation?* had been issued
! Which Y save played th? v!o!tn, and
Mile. Kemps!, of the Metr...poi!tan Opera
?.in?,- Ciounod's "Ave Mana," ..s Wall as
aria:- from Richard Strati??, Mozart and
?.im.'ii^ coin poeer?.
Mrs <;eo;-f;e .lav OouM gave a dinner
last night at her hotiso, in Fifth avenu?.
It ?ras served In th? dinlnp room at long I
tiii>?. decorated arttk yellow ros.?s ami]
or.-h!?ls Anioiif* th? ??.-venty-ilv? su?sts I
w?'- MIm Helen Qoold and her Sane?,
Finlev .1 Shejard. Nahan Franko -j nr
? !-? BUTS, hidden behind a screen of palms
In the hall, played, at??! afterward there
wer? some danees by Mr and MlS ?'as
Ura Hasrard Carroll gav? ? dnner
dan." last r.ighl at hot ho l?e. In Fast
t.ltu su?iet, for laal daughter, Mist- ?'ura
nial Carroll, Who main her debut last
winter The <l< .?oration? throughout were
of pink, Klllarney ?jue?n roses predom-j
lliattag, and Mis-? ? ar-.-..ll WOT? a pink,
satin gown, veil?-?! In pink chiffon. Mr
Carroll was in white ?atta.enabroiderad in
sllv.-r. The dinner, which was for eighty.
wa- followed '>:? general dancing; a!ic* -l
: ?. lo k su, per was ?erred. Among the
,. Bats i ere Mi-s ,\ii<-,. Lautas Abbott,
alias Margreta Beeksaan, ?Misa ?PrlscUIa
Bull, i'r?'I'-n.-k famaa Dennis, Mis?
, Isa Chappell, Mhu ?Agass Claflln. ?Misa
Maroel Oourd. Mis> ?Batty Caraon, Mis??
Pauline Ciarksou, W. Dudley ?irhton,
M.-s Maii*.?ret Colgate Misa Gwendolyn
?'utulon. Miss Mildred Dennis, t'llv?*r
W?a?gstaft mai Baanor Hartshama, Miss
Fanny de Oroot Haattagn, Miss aartruda
!irt, Mis? Louise Johnson. Mist? Baien
Hartla Jenkln?, Misa Elisabeth K?iu.;?.i,
Miss Buth M?ller, Miss Dorothy Man!??!.
Msll and Mis* Marg.. -t
' '. r? ton
Mrs. Walter S. <;urnee gave, a d.nner
laal nljh'. at h"i hou??.-, m Fast ?nth
Mrs il McK Twomblv bad a large
dinner paitv last night at her h?juse. Pi
Fifth avenue, an?l afterward t',.?k her
guests t.. Mr- Pandertalt I dance.
M..? Lewi? Gouverneur Mon I
tatned ? ports ot thin?-tu? at a I .
???n yeatarda) at i.e:- houaa, m ?Madlaan
aven e she win give a atadla? luncheon
on l'?bruar> I.
Mrs Henry PhlpH In lid another reveo
u!th u.us:?, faatetrdaj afternoon at
lier !es..l?n.;e. .r? l-'i'th av-r. n
Mis ] man RI Mitai gave a small din
ner laat night at her home, la Westl
???th atreei t?-; ha niece MIm Nina Chis-1
? Im, ?ii.'l .nee, Ahm Un?
termyer, Ming la tc take, place
on Fabruarj t at in? resktanes of th?>
ttride'a parents, Hi and Mrs. p <>g?P!i
. hisolm. In Kaet M Street
Mis. Francis A. Bat low wl'l entertain
the Thursday Evening ?".ub to-morrow
i i g ht at the Hotel Gotham, when Pro?
fessor Henry Kalrtleld Osbom will de?
liver an address.
Mrs Arthur Murray Dodge will go to
Washington th* day after to-morrow,
where she will be th? gWeet of Mr?.
Htnrv F. Dlinock
Mr. ?nd Mr?. N?wbold Edgar are at
Mlam', Fla . for the remainder of the
?Sherry*? win te the s?*-ne te-nigM ?>f
rh" dan??? of the Motor '"ar T.iunrm
Society, of which Alb??t Bugene Oaltatln
Is pr?sident. Founded som? six year? ago
at Tuxedo, its activities take the form of
making periodical motor runs and In Hiv?
ing entertainments. Th?' dance -will he
preceded by t?n dinners at Sherry's, given |
by ten members of the club In the ?mull
ballroom The members <,f th? etah ?
of whom will be absent owing to r?v?,,..1*
tag and Others being eut ,,t town
.?.ii.- Percy R. Pyae, M, \vnn,m ?'
Osgood Field, I?,wr?-nc,? I, 0|||MM ,
Robert Ooelet. ?'..rtlandt F|. \,\ BUh '
Ogden -MM!- Reld, Francis I. i; Jz*
Ifarahall R Kernochan, Vincent a?,'
and ?Harold Vanderbilt
Mrs si, phea n P. Pell win give
theatre party followed bj ., danc? at ha
bouas hi i:.<.--1 *;:'Hi stn ? ; Arin
Pi ii, ?,n?' of th?- debutantes ".' th? '.'-??or,
Ms < ; ?1 I) Il A'.- --alai i ,i ,.anj
out for a musical to?nlgbt at net hSM
in W. st 5*tt!i sir," t
'. N.ount Chinda, th?
ssdor, will :;i-,?? .1 dlnn? ?'. f<
Saturday night ??' th? PI ... n vain ?>
followed by s
a hundred additional gu<
Iflss Helen Oouid wii rea s n -, ism
until the ?'iid of the week t?, wel?
sister, the Dach? ???? ?! Talleyrand, ?.?.i*?,
th?< latter ? btSSl und and tl i
old bov, the young I,uke ,1.? Bagaa, _
th?'r arrival from Kuroi.n tb, vu,,-..
tama ? ?)i Honda -- I
Lynd int. o ,. , ? -r,r.
rvtowii, whera she win i>, ,i ,
Fin ley ,j Bhepord "" v..
?ii. by the p.. v It Malcolm J \t Lasa
of the I'oiif'Kiat" Church, N? s York, ?,,
sisfu by it"- Bev. i ?aniel i ;
tie- Presbyterism Church in Irvtastm
About a ?MOSdrad ntrltsltoaa have been
Ths brido erlll he gtvaa away t>v
her broth or, Qeorg? /? Oould, and her at
teia'.antS Will OOOSiSt of her voilt'L- aleja
while th?? little Due ds Bogas i.? ? ,,t
??at? as page. Th.? ansloal poi las s|
tlie ceremony will be furnished bv .Vahan
l'l,?:.ko and his orchestra.
[Wram Th? Tribun? B'ires.,1 1
Wnshinqton. .lanvary it
At the White Home.
Mrs Alhert P Insalls. e,r dSSSl^ft
arrived at th* V/hlte House t,-rixht tl
the Kuest of President and Mi? Tft.
HISS Taft was the gUSSt li'.:? ^ft^-ioon
of .Mrs. i'alderon ?"arlisle. who gav? a
Itea for youiifr per?o!is.
Mrs F.dward S. Worthtnaton. of fJtm
i cago, who was the K'uest of the S,-,-r?tsry
of th? Treasirv ami Mrs MOeVl ,-'li, hi?
returned to her home.
K?me? MacVeat-h. ha? returned to Chi?
The Diplomatic Corp?.
Mr and Mr?. I'harleniasrre Tower win
be th? guests ata dinner te-morrow nlah:
pi yen by the French Ann aanador and '
^ Mme. Jusserand.
T-.e ?British Ambassador and Mr?
Bryce sntertalasd at lune*-...en to-day ir.
compliment to Mrs ?"?-rover ?"ievelanii
n and M'*?
Cleveland were of ths p.?'"
Th? Becond S? the C man
[Legation ami hi? bride, Ism a ?
quinigo. form?-r!v BenoritB d? P?a
return??! to Washington from th?
ding ???m; aey ar?i t .
In Washington Society.
Mrs (U bord h Pe?
at ??Inner ?? ?
t.'leveiand, having as ? it ?
. ?- r i < 11 Ambassi
rand, the Oermaj
?ior. th ,
'.: s.-i .??,,, ;,-..'. .Mr ?:? srlaadst
Senator an?i lira Root, Pa'll M.. ?
shall ii. . ? . Solicit
Duparitu? it ?:' Justice; Professor T. J.
Prestoo, Repr?sentative ?:.d lira, i??fsr
Uadarwood, Repreaontatlv? QlOeti Mrs
I, 7. Leiter. Mrs. M A. E-SBB . Mn
Ijonry k. Dimock. Mr?, liai ? I
lira, lb po siater. .Mrs. Lass rano Tews
send, MISS Mary ?;v.?nn, Mr. SOd Mis.
hdson Bradley* Colonel and Ifra ?'harie?
\y. IfcCawley, Mr and Mi
Blair, Viscountess _i*=i . ? i Dr.
?> Phut Andtssr,
Mr?. Ralph Cross Johnson entort?los!
at a tea tii'.s eitert son in honor of Mr?.
Dr. und Mrs. <;uy Fairfax: WMtJOg ?*n
tertalnod several young pen
ner to-ulght t^r thiir daughters, the
Brigadier Oonaral nn?t Mrs. AJoosJieto?
terta!n??l at ?llriri-r to-nlxht for their
Major usd Mrs BI as ?nter-,
tslned a dinner pari> to-i.'.sht.
Major lietieral und Mi? QeOTgS :.*wt?
Giiiespie. entertained *cver_i guests st
Kollowing the dinner whlot HtS H*OTJ
F. Dlmock will glv? to-mono?- nlsbt In
honor of the President and Mrs. Taft
and Mrs. Grover Cleveland II? ?.t: ? Coa?
r.ell Will sing.
fBy T>>?rraj:,h to Tii?i Trth?ine.1
Newport. Jan. ll-Mr, and Mr?. <~*.at*m
P. Hatch eloped their cottage to-day ??d
left for New York. The?- -vlU toon go to
Europe to remain until la'e tn t? I
when they trill retara hora.
Rsglaald C. v.iii?1' ? u ?rill svsks ?as
mor? u. pectlen "'.' Bandy Po at I
Portsmouth, before he and Mrs. Vannw*
The daughter of Mm Bamual Ken ?? r.
has COM? 1'i'd her \??it tO hi :
er, Mis. Joseph F Btono* and ret?a
N'rw v ?tk Mrs. Btono and bar
Mlos I'liinii BtonOa Will go to N?w Vork
week, but few p?op!e !i"reabout? took any
notice of it. ' Andrew Jackson was horn i
en March li>. 17?>7. Is not your paragrapher
? aataundtag the .late of the birth ?)f "Old
Hickory" with that uf the battle of New
?)rii>an?. January II IBM
For years I have !??oked In \aln In the
telegraphic columns of our daily new-spa- I
per? for references to proje? ted banquets,
or for those Just celebrated on January K
of each year in honor of the hero of Mew ;
Orlean?. Are the memories of th" "I n
terrin-xi Democracy ' a thing of the past ?
It may be a matte?, of interest to thai
younger generation with whom the study
of current event| |a ti"W .so happily awak- '
enlng to he remind??! that the Treatv of
?.bent, whtch put an end to the War ??I
?ST.', was siKned nearly three weeks (De?
cember IM, IBB hef??re th? battle of New .
? 'rlea-is was ?ou?fht. J
JOSKPH Al.DKN SHAW
Wereestar, MnaHi Jan, i?. Ho?
THE POE COTTAGE.
To th? Editor of Th" Tribun".
Sir: In regard to the matter of th"
preservation of the Poo <*ottag?? It I? ?aid
that $"?,000 1? frante.l and will b.? us??! j
for removing the cottage across the
street to Poe Park.
II seems to me a better way would h.?
to buy the lot on which It stands and
leave it in its original location, as w.ll
as kosping the original baHdlng?
To move the buttdtag to a n??W .-ite an?!
repair the n?,?>s.ii' dsmSgS W".ild leave
little of the Original to preserve. ,,n?l
?Would be B wast?- Of in??ti? v as well a.s
tarai ?? diaflguntaaenl to th? i? autl?fu1 little
park. wh?reas the lot would be a valu ? i
property when the h.>u?e is rotted away.
<;k< ?ROB m BBEBB? >B f.p.
New York. Jan. U, I
THE "UNEARNED DECREMENT,"
To the Piditor c I
S!i : For unadulterated opi ?.usin th?
eenuntaston on nan umtstxt <?t ?*y te??*"
nun 1? beyond all competition, v\ I
erty in almost ever) nai' ?t tie? ?'"y ""Sit?
ing at auition for two-thirds or tin
quarters of it- assessed valuation, th"
commission prates glibly of an
??f MMBJM a v. .?i in i.?- ?! i
If the 1 per cent tax ? B IM ?S
librement should prove kaa t
than antteipats Lia
????lit tax on all " nmai " 'I d
Such a tas W<MlM hasp Up tl.?* i
trough In ? a ? - to gladden n ?
of th" mast uii.i? n tax ?
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